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[texts]My Lord Willoughby's Welcome home (double choir - men's voice or mixed choir) - David W Solomons (dwsolo)
A choral version of the song "My Lord Willoughby's welcome home" based on the lute duet by John Dowland. One version is for double men's choir (ATBarB ABarB)and one for double mixed choir (SATB SATB). There is an optional timpani part which has not been written into the score but can be heard in the sound sample. The sound sample is performed by the arranger (dwsChorale) in the men's double choir version...
Keywords: willoughby; dowland; welcome; battle; choir; double choir; dwschorale; arrangement; lute; timpani; ATBArB; SATB; renaissance; warfare; multitrack
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[texts]Canticula Ursae Minoris - a Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis based on themes from the Poohratorio - David W Solomons (dwsolo)
Many decades ago I, David W Solomons, wrote "The Poohratorio" - a children's cantata based on The Expotition to the North Pole from A A Milne's Now we are six (Winnie the Pooh). Note: This was many years before the Disney film: the melodies are all original and nothing to do with the Disney film (which I have never seen). Due to copyright problems with the estate of A A Milne, the cantata itself will become available only after 2031, when the works of AA Milne go into public domain by law, but m...
Keywords: canticles; pooh; milne; winnie; magnificat; nunc dimittis; men's voices; double choir; leitmotifs; eeyore; piglet; roo; christopher robin; violin; viola; cello; children; cantata; liturgical; score
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